Hollywood Producer Ryan Murphy Lists His $34 Million Sleekly Renovated Neutra House

Ryan Murphy Home Bel Air

Ryan Murphy, the prolific TV show creator known for hits like Nip/Tuck, Glee, and American Horror Story, has listed a landmark midcentury-modern home in Bel Air for $34 million. This stunning property, originally designed in the 1950s by modernist architect Richard Neutra, has undergone extensive restoration and modernization under Murphy's ownership.

Ryan Murphy home exterior Neutra

Situated atop a hill overlooking the Bel-Air Country Club, this glass, wood, and concrete structure spans nearly 3,800 square feet over two levels. The property, which occupies just over three-quarters of an acre, offers breathtaking city lights and ocean views. Key features include five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, restored terrazzo floors, and expansive glass walls providing seamless indoor/outdoor living.

Ryan Murphy home living room Neutra

Upon entering the home, a walnut-paneled hallway leads to a spacious living room with an eye-catching brick fireplace and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that open to an expansive terrace. The dining room features a gray alabaster table and a rectangular window resembling a still-life painting, offering views of a garden with a 19th-century Italian sculpture of Cupid. Additional interior features include a media room and an office, a primary kitchen connected to a secondary catering kitchen, and a primary bedroom with aubergine lacquered walls and a stylish sitting area.

Ryan Murphy home living room #2 Neutra

The property boasts Scott Shrader-landscaped grounds with a Romanesque-style garden centered around a 17th-century urn fountain and a black-bottom pool. A one-bedroom, one-bath guesthouse adds to the estate’s charm, making it perfect for hosting guests while enjoying the picturesque surroundings.

Ryan Murphy home bedroom  Neutra

Murphy is willing to sell the home’s avant-garde furnishings, which have been featured in Architectural Digest. These include an antique silver collection, a 19th-century Biedermeier table, contemporary artwork, and a built-in settee left by previous owner Tom Ford.

Ryan Murphy home Bel Air Neutra

Ryan Murphy's real estate ventures are as impressive as his TV career. Over the years, he has bought and sold numerous multimillion-dollar properties across the country. His portfolio includes a $15.5 million residence in Brentwood, L.A., a $24.5 million Axel Vervoordt-designed townhouse in Manhattan’s West Village, a waterfront hideaway in Provincetown, R.I., and a country estate in New York’s Westchester County, acquired from Richard Gere for $24.1 million.

Ryan Murphy home Bel Aire  Neutra Aerial

Murphy's decision to sell the Bel Air property comes after substantial investments in real estate, including the purchase and renovation of this historic home. This listing offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of midcentury-modern history, beautifully updated and maintained by one of television's most influential figures.

listed by Christie’s and Riley Real Estate

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